SEATTLE —Eating disorders, a growing number of food allergies and more reported cases of type 2 diabetes are just some of the challenges foodservice directors say they face as they try to promote more healthful foods on college and university campuses. Particularly perplexing is how best to disclose nutritional information given the growing incidents of eating disorders at colleges and universities, said Laura Pataro Honeycutt, departmental dietician for the University of ...
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